Do you think sanctuary cities should lose their federal funding? Or keep making the payments?42% Withhold36% Keep Making21% Not SureWould you support? Or nothing at all about the “Yes California” campaign, or the idea called CalExit, which says the state of California should leave the United States and become its own country?19% A Lot51% A Little23% Nothing7% Not Sure Should California withdraw from the United States and become an entirely new nation? Or, does it send no message?35% Right58% Wrong4% No Message4% Not SurePresident Trump has signed an executive order stating that sanctuary cities, which are cities that do not prosecute undocumented immigrants for violating immigration laws, will lose their federal funding for things such as job training, home repairs for the elderly, and drug treatment programs. If sanctuary cities lose federal funding, should California withhold federal tax payments to Washington? Or somewhere in the middle?19% One Of America’s Greatest48% One Of The Worst17% Somewhere In The Middle16% Not SureJust your best guess: Will Donald Trump serve two full terms as President? Better than you thought it would be? Of the job Donald Trump is doing as President?34% Approve52% Disapprove14% Not SureDo you approve or disapprove of the job Jerry Brown is doing as Governor?48% Approve30% Disapprove22% Not SureDo you support? In the survey, 68 percent opposed the idea and 18 percent were in favor.The recent poll also indicated that Californians were against President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban and didn’t view the president in a favorable light.According to the survey, 46 percent of Californians were against Trump’s travel ban and 58 percent said it sent the wrong message to the world.While the majority of Californians polled said they were against the ban, 39 percent said the policy does make America safer.On the topic of sanctuary cities, 50 percent of those polled said the cities shouldn’t lose federal funding. The wrong message? …designating the entire state of California as a “sanctuary state”?37% Support44% Oppose19% Not SureHave you heard a lot? Or keep their federal funding?36% Lose50% Keep14% Not SureSome California lawmakers have suggested that if Washington cuts off federal funding to sanctuary cities, the state of California could take steps to withhold from Washington federal tax payments that flow through the state government. Or should California remain part of the United States?18% Withdraw68% Remain15% Not SureSo far, has Donald Trump’s presidency been…. Serve one full term? … Interviews were completed after Trump fired the interim attorney general on Monday and prior to Trump announcing his pick for the Supreme Court on Tuesday.You can see all 13 questions below:Do you approve? A little? more safe? Or would you oppose? Or, do you not know enough to say?36% Support46% Oppose18% Do Not KnowDoes a policy that prevents persons from seven countries from entering the United States make the United States … Or about as you expected it to be?19% Better Than You Thought35% Worse38% As You Expected8% Not SureWill President Trump go down in history as one of America’s greatest presidents? Choose to leave office before his first term is up? Or do you oppose? and form its own country. Or be removed from office before his first term is up?21% Will Serve Two Full Terms26% One Full Term6% Choose To Leave38% Be Removed10% Not Sure One of America’s worst presidents? Or, does it not matter one way or the other?39% More Safe26% Less Safe27% Doesn’t Matter8% Not Sure Does a policy that prevents persons from seven countries from entering the United States send the right message to the world? Less safe? LOS ANGELES (KABC) — The majority of Californians oppose California succeeding from the U.S., otherwise known as the Calexit, according to the latest exclusive Eyewitness News/Southern California News Group poll conducted by SurveyUSA.Most Californians said they didn’t know much about “Yes California,” which is a grassroots movement that aims to have California withdraw from the U.S. Or disapprove? If federal funding was to be withheld, Californians appeared to be split on whether the state should retaliate and withhold its federal tax dollars from flowing to Washington.The survey indicated that 35 percent of Californians believe Trump is doing a worse job as president than they’d expected, while 19 percent said he was doing better than they’d expected.According to the poll, 48 percent believe Trump will go down in history as one of America’s worst presidents, while 19 percent said they believe Trump will be remembered as one of America’s greatest presidents.SurveyUSA interviewed 800 California adults statewide on Tuesday. a new policy that prevents persons from 7 nations from entering the United States? Worse than you thought it would be?